I washed my Clip after a run, which proved a good reason to upgrade to a Clip+
I primarily use the player for audiobooks (for very long runs, and for keeping the light off so the girlfriend can sleep while I “read” books), and the Clip performed brilliantly with those.
The Clip+ not so much.
It’s a very small thing, but important with audiobooks; You can not fast forward/rewind past a file start/stop on the Clip+.
So if you miss something at the end of chapter 1, but you’ve just got into chapter 2. On the Clip you’d press rewind, and it would rewind back to the previous chapter quickly. Now you have to go back to the start of chapter 1, then fast forward through the whole thing (which may be a 35 minute file) to get to where you wanted to be.
Then if you go a little too far (FF is pretty fast), the player will reach the end of chapter 1, and you end up… back at the start of chapter 1.
With audiobooks you should just FF or rewind through the files, as it’s needed, and that was the way it was on the original Clip.
Thanks for listening - and hopefully answering.